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The aim of the study was to investigate the role that cognitive abilities, rational thinking abilities, cognitive styles and self-control play in explaining the endorsement of epistemically suspect beliefs among university students. A total of 159 students participated in the study. We found that different aspects of rational thought (i.e. rational thinking abilities and cognitive styles) and self-control, but not intelligence, significantly predicted the endorsement of epistemically suspectdoi:10.5964/ejop.v15i1.1696 pmid:30915179 pmcid:PMC6396694 fatcat:xa2llxcfmbe3zex6nsa4xbzgne